High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely produced thermoplastic polymers in the world after polyethylene and polypropylene. Without the additions of plasticizers, PVC is a naturally white, brittle plastic. Its most common use is in the construction industry, but it is also used to manufacture signs, in healthcare applications, and as a fiber for clothing.


Chemical drums, jerricans, carboys, toys, picnic ware, household and kitchenware, cable insulation, carrier bags, food wrapping material.



Recyclable: HDPE bottles are 100% recyclable so material can be used over and over again
Sustainable: HDPE offers opportunities to integrate recycled material back into the supply chain
Easy to lightweight: HDPE bottles offer significant lightweighting opportunities
Adaptable: the only bottle type of plastic that can be used as a monolayer bottle for pasteurised milk, or as a coextruded bottle with barrier layers for UHT or sterilised milk
Easy to use: the only type of packaging that allows an integrated handle and pouring aperture to enable controlled grip and pour
Safe and secure: the only type of packaging that can have either an external tamper evident closure, or an induction heat seal closure, to prevent leaking, preserve product freshness and show up evidence of tampering

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